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Old 06-05-2016, 12:05 PM   #21
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I was putting it on at the spicket then was having issues when using black tank flusher- was shutting down the water flow. Now putting it at water inlet. Never have worried about it walking away on its own, just have left it behind before at spicket.


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Old 06-05-2016, 12:32 PM   #22
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I'm more worried about it working. Purchased the 1st one and the gauge did not work so Valtera replaced it. 2nd on worked about two months then again gauge needle stuck. I contacted Valtera again and they wanted the receipt which I did not have. In the end I just gave up. As to theft it's like anything left outdoors.
Mine froze one year, just go to Lowes and buy a new water pressure gauge and swaped it out. Been working fine ever since.



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Old 06-05-2016, 12:36 PM   #23
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I was putting it on at the spicket then was having issues when using black tank flusher- was shutting down the water flow. Now putting it at water inlet. Never have worried about it walking away on its own, just have left it behind before at spicket.


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I always use a "Y" at the water spicket one for the fresh water hose and regulator and one for another hose that I also use for the black tank flush.

As far as some stealing it it has been on the spicket on two trailers for about 10 years.......... if they steal it maybe I need a new one anyway.....
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Old 06-05-2016, 12:52 PM   #24
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I attach mine on a 90 degree brass fitting on the city inlet and a y adapter at the water spigot. Never thought about someone stealing it. I also keep my surge protector out. As stated earlier I would worry more about our mountain bikes than a water regulator/surge protector. Seven years of RVing and 20 odd years of camping never had anything stolen from the site.

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